||Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited
||Ed. Roger D. Launius & John
||University of Illinois Press
||Nauvoo in Mormon History
Fourteen essays dealing with one of the most controversial periods of Mormonism.
Table of Contents
- Introduction - Roger D. Launius & John E. Hallwas
- The Significance of Nauvoo for Latter-day Saints - Ronald K. Esplin
- The Nauvoo Charter: A Reinterpretation - James L. Kimball Jr.
- The Nauvoo Legion, 1840-45: A Unique Military Organization - Hamilton Gardner
- The Political Kingdom of God as a Cause of Mormon-Gentile Conflict - Klaus J.
- The Nauvoo Neighborhood: A Little Philadelphia or a Unique City Set upon a Hill?
- Kenneth W. Godfrey
- The Mormon Press in Nauvoo, 1839-46 - Terence A. Tanner
- Religion in Nauvoo: Some Reflections - Marvin S. Hill
- Mormon Polygamy: Belief and Practice in Nauvoo - Kathryn M. Daynes
- The Kingdom of God in Illinois: Politics in Utopia - Robert Bruce Flanders
- Mormon Nauvoo from a Non-Mormon Perspective - John E. Hallwas
- The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith in Early Mormon Writings - Davis Bitton
- The Lion and the Lady: Brigham Young and Emma Smith
- Valeen Tippetts Avery & Linda King Newell
- From Assassination to Expulsion: Two Years of Distrust, Hostility, and Violence -
- The Awesome Responsibility: Joseph Smith III and the Nauvoo Experience - Roger D.
- Bibliographical Essay - Roger D. Launius & John
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